Boubou, or bubu, is an African garment that is worn by both men and women. The word is derived from wolof mbubb or mboubeu, denoting the same garment. Models vary by region and uses. They bear other names according to the region such as Agbada (Yoruba, Dagomba), Babban Riga (Hausa), K'sa (Tuareg), Mboubeu (Wolof), Grand Boubou (in the different French-speaking countries) and the term English is gown.
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In West Africa, the nobility of different peoples already wore a type of clothing more or less similar to the current boubous. The different motifs all had specific meanings that varied by ethnicity and region. The rest of the population, mostly artisans and farmers, usually wore garments similar to tunics for the upper body, and wore the loincloth, or more or less puffed trousers.
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